I've been seeing these adverts but I wonder what on earth these guys are up to. Do they mean that by writing we're simply wasting time?
I guess they should look for better words.
Most people who write on revenue-sharing sites like HubPages, Seekyt, Infobarrel etc ARE wasting time because they never bother to learn how to write for the internet and are therefore earning mere pennies per hour.
Remember, these ads are intended for our readers, not for Hubbers. I believe this one is intended to appeal to people who love writing, but who may only do it as a hobby (rather than as a day job, as a freelancer, or on a site like HubPages).
Well I've yet to earn 1 cent from social media unless a client is paying me to take care of their page/run campaigns etc, so I'd suggest writing is a far, far better preposition for passive income.
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